Since 1991, Hawaii has been celebrating all things vintage and antique four times a year. The Hawaii All Collectors show takes place once a year in the summer, and on three further occasions throughout the year the Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Shows open up. There are strict rules at these events with regards to the age of items allowed for sale (nothing younger than 20 years), so they are the perfect place for anyone with a passion for the old days, for shopping and for all the Hawaiian memorabilia you will ever need.
It is easy to see why the Hawaii All Collectors Show and Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Shows are hits with both locals and tourists. The many, many goods on sale here offer a glimpse into the past and many items are specific to the Hawaiian islands. Anyone searching for a unique souvenir of their trip to the state should be sure to attend, as should those looking for conversation starters for their homes. It is a wonderful event for interesting items, and stall holders are quick to divulge the secrets behind the treasures on their tables.
The Hawaii All Collectors Show and Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Shows stock all kinds of wonders to behold, and to purchase of course! Visitors can find great buys in art, antique jewelry, vintage fashion, dolls, kitchenware, Chinese & Japanese antiques and textiles. Pieces more unique to the islands include tribal art, beads, tiki, koa, traditional furniture , ukuleles, Hawaiian jewelry, Niihau shell leis, lauhala hats, stamps, coins, Hawaiian Monarchy items, prints, textiles, postcards, aloha shirts and more! It is impossible to leave these shows empty handed.
There is an entrance fee for the Hawaii All Collectors Show and Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Shows, but all will agree it is more than worth it. Items are reasonably priced, bargaining is possible and refreshments are available. They make for the perfect family day trips.
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